If you’re a peanut butter fan (I’m guessing that’s why you’re here), get ready to drool all over yourself. I certainly wouldn’t consider this dip a dessert because it’s made with 3 healthy ingredients that are packed full of protein, but it sure does feel like a treat! It’s almost like a lighter, less sweet version of a peanut butter frosting.
It’s the perfect fluffy companion to a few crisp, sliced apples, but you can also serve it with bananas, celery sticks or graham crackers. Or just do what I do…. eat it by the spoonful, and then lick the bowl clean when you’re done. 🙂
There’s nothing peanut butter and a spoon can’t fix.
Healthy Peanut Butter Fluff Dip
- 1 cup plain greek yogurt
- 1/2 cup creamy peanut butter (I prefer unsweetened, all natural)
- honey to taste (1-3 TBSP)
Combine all of the ingredients with a whisk or spoon, and enjoy as a dip with apple slices, bananas, celery sticks, graham crackers, vanilla wafers, or anything else you’d like! Or, just eat it with a spoon. Hehe.
- Cinnamon is a nice addition if you’re into that. You can also substitute the peanut butter for almond butter (or any nut butter, I suppose).
- The more peanut butter you add, the richer this dip will be. If you would like to lighten it up, add less peanut butter to the ratio.
Because my kids love this dip so much, they eat it often as an after school snack. It’s a fun way to get them to eat more fruit!
If you’re serving this as a party appetizer, I recommend garnishing it with chocolate chips… peanut butter chips or Heath pieces would be amazing too! (insert licky emoji face here)
Don’t you want to just stick your face right into this bowl? My husband thinks it tastes like a peanut butter mousse.
If you like this recipe, you might also like this Easy Low Carb Mousse Pudding Recipe (made with just 2 ingredients and the flavor of your choice). Lemon is my favorite!
Because sometimes you just need a giant spoonful of fluffy peanut butter dip.
For those of you who like to look at close up images of really delicious food, here you go….. so gratifying.
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